CROSS COUNTRY TREK: From Houston Westfield to Florida to Denver, Tyrie Cleveland drafted by Broncos

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The Denver Broncos rounded out their 2020 NFL Draft by taking Florida wide receiver Tyrie Cleveland (Houston Westfield) with the 252nd overall pick.

Cleveland joins a Broncos team that went 7-9 in 2019.

Cleveland finished his Gator career with 1,271 yards and eight scores on 79 receptions. Before going to Gainesville, Fla., Cleveland was an Under Armor All-American at Houston Westfield.

He is the fourth Texas High School Football product drafted in the seventh round of the NFL Draft. The Arizona Cardinals took Arizona State running back Eno Benjamin with the 222nd overall pick and the Los Angeles Rams took Baylor linebacker Clay Johnston with the 234th overall pick and the Green Bay Packers took TCU safety Vernon Scott with the 236th pick.

Alberto Alvarado

Senior Writer, Albert Alvarado / Twitter: @Alvarado_Sports

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